The Revolution of Rumford
In this weeks blog we dive into a story that spans back to Revolution era Massachusetts about one man who had an uncontested love for fireplaces and knew how a better design and attention to detail could push the evolution of a staple in modern living to new heights. Count Rumford’s story is one that can be found throughout America and England buried behind newer renovations and can now be found experiencing a comeback in historical restorations and as a highlight in most new construction projects looking to capture classical architecture. This is, The Revolution of Rumford.
A View to Enjoy
This week at the Stone & Outdoor Living Center we’re talking hot spots in the home and we teamed up with Napoleon Products to bring you some insider information on how you can bring family and friends together and create a view to enjoy in your living space.
They are the spaces in our homes we reserve for times of relaxation or designate for gatherings of friends and family. By design, they act as peaceful retreats from other spaces we conduct work in. They are “Hot Spots” and their ability to keep you coming back is based on (more…)
Featuring a reservoir for use with Brasa Fire Home Fragrances, and a variety of designs allowing for application in any home decor setting, you will find out very quickly that the Shadow Lantern is not your average “lamp”. (more…)
This beautiful hardscape was designed and built by Marlinski Landscape and Stone Work in Lakewood, NY. The pavers and wallstones used in the design were Cambridge Toffee Onyx Ledgestone XL Pavers, Toffee Onyx Maytrx 6 Double-sided Wallstone and 6×9 Onyx Natural Renaissance Pavers. The wood burning fire-pit is Cambridge Onyx Natural Pyzique Renaissance.